Add a photo

Products and Services

  • Coffee,
  • Tea,
  • Cappuccino,
  • Latte,
  • Chemex,
  • Organa Tea,
    • Pour Over,
    • Aeropress,
  • more...
  • less...

Languages Spoken

  • English,
385 Roncesvalles Ave, Toronto, ON M6R 2N1
Useful Information

Opening Hours *Holiday hours

Verify with Merchant

Methods of Payment:

Meet the owner

Reunion Island is a welcoming, airy café located on the north end of Roncesvalles. With a rich history and a roasting program that was founded in 1995, Reunion Island builds on a long-standing tradition of partnering with farmers to provide a truly quality cup of coffee.

Adam Pesce is the owner of Reunion Island’s flagship location, which opened its doors in May of 2015. “We wanted to create a space where the staff is really welcoming and people are comfortable asking questions about our coffee,” explains Adam. “Specialty coffee has a lot to offer. We want to be really genuine with our customers.”

Reunion Island doubles as a chill workspace for students, remote types and freelancers during the week and a busy hot spot on the weekends. Coffee is the main focus here, with a few treats and baked goods to take the edge off a caffeine-fuelled afternoon at the keyboard. If you’re looking for a friendly, cool space to kill some time with a book and get your coffee fix, this is the place.

Read the story of Reunion Island

Ratings & Reviews - Reunion Island

No one has rated or reviewed this business yet!
How would you rate this business?

Get an opinion about this business!

Think your friends might be familiar with this business? Ask your friends on Facebook to see what they think.

Appears in 5 Smart Lists

Editor’s Pick
Best cafés in Toronto

Best cafés in Toronto

Be sure to take a #selfeet on your way in or out of this Roncesvalles café – the floor tiles spell out “coffee.” The menu may be small but that’s because the focus is mainly on the coffee. They brew their own blend, which is top-notch. And they make a mean cold brew. The Cold Brewed Iced Cascara Tea is a refreshing choice during the summertime.

View this Smart List
Best fair trade coffee shops and cafes in Toronto

Best fair trade coffee shops and cafes in Toronto

The amount of initiatives Reunion Island heads up is inspiring to any budding coffee merchant. The owners have shown a dedication to the coffee farming industry, with initiatives that help the local communities around the farms, as well as building more sustainable options for harvesting the beans. The menu has a large selection to choose from, and the café is very cozy.

View this Smart List
New to neighbourhood: Toronto’s best new cafés from 2015

New to neighbourhood: Toronto’s best new cafés from 2015

But first, let me take a “selfeet.” Floor titles that spell out “COFFEE” at its entrance, Reunion Island is an Instagram-worthy spot for those #FromWhereIStand shots – and a clever way to show off your outfit. This Roncesvalles café has a minimalistic vibe and a rigorous focus on coffee. Enjoy a cup of espresso, Americano, or tea to stay or go. Watch the Chemex masters behind the counter craft you the perfect pour-over or, on a chilly day, opt for one of the most thoughtfully rendered chai tea lattes in the city.

View this Smart List
Contact this business
Close menu